UCLA School of Law Professor Adam Winkler

I Think America Is Really Held Back by Federalism

Adam Winkler is a professor and constitutional specialist at UCLA School of Law, and the author of We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights, a finalist for the 2018 National Book Award for Nonfiction, and Gunfight: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America. He is one of the twenty most cited law professors in American courts. Before joining a Zócalo/UCLA Downtown event titled “How Will the New Supreme Court Change America?” he spoke in the green room about a Supreme Court justice accused of …

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The Wall Street Journal Supreme Court Reporter Jess Bravin

The Fact That Squeaky Fromme Is a Fanatic Doesn’t Mean Aspects of Her Character Aren’t Illuminating

Jess Bravin covers the U.S. Supreme Court for The Wall Street Journal, and is the author of The Terror Courts, an award-winning account of military trials at Guantanamo Bay, and …

UCLA School of Law Assistant Professor Beth Colgan

It’s So Rare to Have a Superhero Who Is Also a Public Defender

Beth Colgan is an assistant professor at UCLA School of Law where she teaches and researches criminal law, procedure, and juvenile justice, with a focus on the relationship between constitutional …

UCLA Anderson Marketing Scholar Cassie Mogilner Holmes

I Strive For Time Over Money

Cassie Mogilner Holmes is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Behavioral Decision Making and the Donnalisa ’86 and Bill Barnum Endowed Term Chair in Management at UCLA’s Anderson School of …

UC Riverside Psychology Professor Sonja Lyubomirsky

I’m Reading Four Different Books Right Now

Sonja Lyubomirsky is professor of psychology at the University of California, Riverside and author of The How of Happiness and The Myths of Happiness, which was published in 34 countries. Before taking part …

UCLA Anderson School of Management Professor Hal Hershfield

I Love Being a Regular Somewhere

Hal Hershfield is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Behavioral Decision Making at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. In his research, he examines the ways that people consider their future …